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Would SWAT,Delta force,Interpol guys survive against UFC guys?


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Those guys are trained and free to use small joint manipulations, eye gouging, fish hooking, groin strikes, and anything else to win. Not to win on a judges scorecard but to defend their lives by whatever means necessary, including death.

 

In a ring with rules, a pro MMA guy wins every time.

 

In the street where it is life or death, I take the special forces guy every time.

 

Now the thing is, styles like Sambo, Muay Thai, and especially BJJ, when in their purest forms outside of the realm of competition are also designed to maim, cripple, or even kill, so a specialist in one of those forms would stand one hell of a chance against a soldier. But a special forces combatant is a specially tweaked out individual who would have no pause at all while breaking someone's neck, so I would still favor them when it comes time to cut nuts.

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This question is really bothering me' date='are UFC guys better in FIGHTING(not shooting,or finding terrorists etc.) than the best cops(Delta,Ranger etc)??what do you think?[/quote']

 

Anything can happen in a no rules street fight and it's really up to the individual and ofcourse thier training but the only rule is who ever hurts, maims or kills in a street fight first and does so excessively usually wins.

 

Delta guys for sure know thier stuff on how to hurt, maim or kill quickly in combat. This is not to say that a mma fighter couldn't fight dirty if faced with a no rules enviroment.

 

The thing is though MMA fighters live, breath, train fighting all day so I'd say they have an edge

but again the individual is the most important thing.

 

With that said it's unrealistic to think that a Delta guy, cop or whatever would do well in an mma enviroment without training like a mma fighter. In other words they couldn't just walk in and do well against someone that's put in countless hours and are professionals at it.

 

So to recap. I'd give the edge to an mma fighter almost always in both senarios ( assuming the mma fighter realized the reality of life/death streetfight ) simply because fighting is thier sole profession.

 

Again anything can happen though and it's on the individual.

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MMA fighter.

Superior athleticism, better overall martial arts training, and more hand to hand combat experience.

Doesn't mean the SWAT/Ranger/Greeb Beret guys aren't registered badasses but most of their training is about fighting armed opponents and rarely do they ever get into a one on one fight. Usually it's ten guys piling onto one and just smothering him until they slap the handcuffs on them or simply shooting someone. MCMAP and MAC without the weapons training are pretty much the same thing as mma only more focused on finishing your opponent as soon as possible and getting back to your feet and moving rather than take them down and get into a chess match.

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Anything can happen in a no rules street fight and it's really up to the individual and ofcourse thier training but the only rule is who ever hurts' date=' maims or kills in a street fight first and does so excessively usually wins.

 

Delta guys for sure know thier stuff on how to hurt, maim or kill quickly in combat. This is not to say that a mma fighter couldn't fight dirty if faced with a no rules enviroment.

 

The thing is though MMA fighters live, breath, train fighting all day so I'd say they have an edge

but again the individual is the most important thing.

 

With that said it's unrealistic to think that a Delta guy, cop or whatever would do well in an mma enviroment without training like a mma fighter. In other words they couldn't just walk in and do well against someone that's put in countless hours and are professionals at it.

 

So to recap. I'd give the edge to an mma fighter almost always in both senarios ( assuming the mma fighter realized the reality of life/death streetfight ) simply because fighting is thier sole profession.

 

Again anything can happen though and it's on the individual.[/quote']

 

I think that it is all about the individual too. There are alot of unknowns in a fight to the death. You have to control your emotions and be able to think straight. Most MMA fighters have never been in that situation where many special forces guys have. I have a friend that is a Ranger. I would put him up against almost any MMA fighter in a street fight.

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i aggree that every special force guy is 100% mentally prepared all the time,which is the biggest problem of MMA guys,but MMA guys are more prepared for fighting because their whole life is just fighting altought special forces are always using weapons,but not their own hands and fighting skills,but their physical training is much harder than MMA guy training

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i aggree that every special force guy is 100% mentally prepared all the time' date='which is the biggest problem of MMA guys,but MMA guys are more prepared for fighting because their whole life is just fighting altought special forces are always using weapons,but not their own hands and fighting skills,but their physical training is much harder than MMA guy training[/quote']

 

Maybe average joe mma fighter but top mma fighters are world class athletes. That's a fairly small percentage at the top but it's no different than regular army vs. special forces. Special Op's are cream of the crop but also a small elite percentage.

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i aggree that every special force guy is 100% mentally prepared all the time' date='which is the biggest problem of MMA guys,but MMA guys are more prepared for fighting because their whole life is just fighting altought special forces are always using weapons,but not their own hands and fighting skills,[b']but their physical training is much harder than MMA guy training[/b]

 

Uh no it's not. Not by a mile.

That's like comparing a thoroughbred to a clydesdale.

Military physical training is more about endurance and making you eliminate quitting from your list of options. After that it's really not a lot more than weight training.

MMA fighters train for speed, strength, endurance, BJJ, wrestling, and striking. They have a better understanding of technique and range and everything entailed in that.

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Uh no it's not. Not by a mile.

That's like comparing a thoroughbred to a clydesdale.

Military physical training is more about endurance and making you eliminate quitting from your list of options. After that it's really not a lot more than weight training.

MMA fighters train for speed' date=' strength, endurance, BJJ, wrestling, and striking. They have a better understanding of technique and range and everything entailed in that.[/quote']

 

While there's certainly truth to that I wouldn't doubt a Delta guys physical prowess.

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This question is really bothering me' date='are UFC guys better in FIGHTING(not shooting,or finding terrorists etc.) than the best cops(Delta,Ranger etc)??what do you think?[/quote']

 

I think you all miss the key to this question- the best, most elite forces train WITH the mma gyms and fighters. Constantly. The folks in these specialized units are workhorses who enjoy the training as much as the fighters do. They hold brown and black belts and spar regularly.

 

So, to answer your question, the best in both fields are on par with each other.

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MMA rules, MMA guys of course no brainer.

 

 

No rules, I would again say a Pro MMA fighter would take it if they don't try and fight clean.

 

Basically it goes to whomever can get the first finger or thumb in the other guys eye and I would say that would be the MMA guy as they train for one on one physical combat. Special forces guys do train for that but would it wouldn't make up 20% of their training, shooting, tactics, absailing, climbing, etc are SOOOOOO much more important to them than hand to hand combat. They would be good and I certainly wouldn't say they couldn't win but my money is on the MMA guy.

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